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Jim Robo’s quest to turn a dirty old electric utility into the world’s mostly-green energy powerhouse.
by Kari Huus
The oil and gas giant ramps up its investment in the largest carbon offset developer in the U.S., as it increases focus on natural climate solutions in support of its net-zero targets.
New market forces are hitting the gas to impact the industry.
European oil giants plan to expand into cleaner products. Their U.S. counterparts: not so much.
Braskem, Galp Energia and Harmony Gold Mining are cutting emissions without science-based targets.
Equitable Origin started out developing standards for responsible oil and gas exploration. Now, the organization is turning its attention to renewable energy developers.
New Carbon Tracker analysis highlights a spate of bankrupticies in coal sector as sign of things to come for fossil fuels.
From an oil chill in finance to the U.S.-China climate change agreement, recent developments make us ask: Is the fossil fuel business in decline?
by Fred Pearce
University College London Institute for Sustainable Resources says that if all coal, oil and gas reserves were exploited, the carbon emitted would increase global temperatures way beyond 2 degrees C.
Hydrogen-powered cars are about to go on sale in Japan, with plans for U.S. distribution in 2015.